Submitted by Mariye 404d ago | review

Tales of Xillia 2 Review: Choosing the right path | Technology Tell

From the review, "Tales of Xillia 2 starts off a year after the events of the first game. While the plot quickly involves you in the turbulent politics of two vastly different cultures recently reunited and the terrorists who oppose the proceedings, you start off humbly with the daily struggles of Ludger Kresnik, who’s starting a new job in his native Trigleph City. Ludger encounters a young man, Jude Mathis, on his way to the train station, as well as Elle Marta, a girl who uses him as a distraction to sneak past the ticket gate. The scene that follows brings Ludger in contact with some of the most significant individuals of the moment and sets him on an important mission that ultimately introduces him, and the player, to the cast of the original Tales of Xillia." (PS3, Tales of Xillia 2) B+/A+

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